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How to Use Eye-Fi of Digital camera to share photos with Mobile without Wi-fi.

We know that if you go to your friends birthday party and capture the photos of that  great moments with your Digital camera.after if you want to share that picture with friends you need to some sticky data cables or internet connection or Wi-fi. But amazing thing  is that Some of Digital Camera not able to share photo without data cable.!! So that the question is How to share Digital camera photos with your  Smart phone without Bluetooth ,Wi-Fi or internet? Answer is simple let use Eye-Fi technology to share your photos of Digital camera to any Smartphone directly. So How to use Eye-fi? Now days Most of new Digital cameras comes with Built in Eye-Fi feature. Well there is no external hardware or cable or connection needed for Eye-fi. Just install Eye-fi app on your android smartphone or i-Phone with wifi enable.Once paired, the card transfers photos & videos whenever new content is detected by your device. And, once the transfer completes, the card disconnects its WiFi to

Motorola Moto-G now available in India

Introducing Moto G: An Exceptional Phone At An Exceptional Price Now available in India. Quick Features: -Model: Motorola Moto-G - Android 4.3 Jelly Bean - quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A7 processor - Snapdragon 400 chipset - Adreno 305 GPU - 1GB RAM - 5MP back camera  1.3MP front camera. -   LED flash - 1,950mAh Li-Ion battery - No microSD card   - dual-SIM -Storage:  8GB and 16GB -color:  black, white , dark and light blue , pink , yellow and red . People all around the world want to be a part of the mobile Internet so they can access the world’s information, share, and connect with the things that matter to them. But the smartphone industry has relegated hundreds of millions of smartphone buyers to second-class status, preventing them from experiencing the mobile Internet at its best. That’s because price-conscious consumers who don’t want to pay 20,000-50,000 or more for high-end smartphones have been left with two bad options. The first is to buy cheap, new smart